Phantomoshop is gonna be blogging again soon, with much anew … including new projects from the studio as well as fresh faces you will see of whom we’ve been working with. It’s all going to be quite extraordinary is the way pink noise is to chocolate frosting, so stay tooned, we’re rising.Read more "Hey, Hey, Hey!"
‘Over the river and through the wood to PHANTOMOTOI Collector PLAY we go’, mates! Loads of AWESOME have arrived in the ‘RED FLOOR ROOM’ at Fox Lake Country Antiques in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. Consider dropping by whilst on your next Autumn excursion. You’ll be GLAD you did! Come ‘n PLAY at Phantomotoi!Read more "Down By the River"
The 1980s brought us some of the best ‘Spacetoys’ that have ever been sold on our planet Earth. SaveSaveRead more "Capsela Space Link"
Mini Bruder Space Toys – Those Collectable Lil’ Plastic Treasures As much as I dig (pun intended) Mini Bruder construction vehicles, trucks and trains, my all-time FAVE are the the ‘Astro Space’ toys that I discovered back in the 1980s. These toys seemed to be produced in two different scales, each with their own […]Read more "Mini Bruder SPACE-TOYS!"
In the 80s, when Mego stopped production of their ‘Micronauts’, I was ‘forced’ (by nobody but ME) to seek out different kinds of ‘space toys’. I stumbled upon Galoob’s ‘Z-bots’ and their tiny counterparts ‘Mini-Zs’ and was immediately under the spell of collector awesome once again. Loving robot toys and miniatures, I quickly resonated with these […]Read more "Z Bot Love – Mini Zs"
Collecting miniature plastic toys from around the world has been one of my favorite pastimes ever since I was a wee lad. When Paul Bruder founded Bruder Toys in 1926, I wonder if he knew that what he was about to unleash upon the world would soon lead to being one of Europe’s top 1:16 […]Read more "Mini Bruder Collector Toys"
Up close and personal. Scrub up on that. Magnification nessessary for maximum enjoyment of ‘Micro-scale’. Yup, I love taking photos. I love taking photos of collector toys and display sets. When I was a wee lad, my older brother David and I would bust out the HotWheels, Legos and Micronauts (our ‘all-time faves’ at the […]Read more "Macro of Micro"